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Simple Living 6: Choosing the Right Pulling Horse, Camping Stoves

Simple Living 6: Choosing the Right Pulling Horse, Camping Stoves

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Season 1, Episode 6 of this program, which originally aired on RFD-TV. Tim travels to the Midwest's larges horse sale: the Waverly Horse Auction in Waverly, Iowa. He shows what he looks for in a good horse to use in the woods. Includes an interview with Rick Schwark, owner of an ethanol plant, about the advantages of this alternative fuel. Also, learn about a great little wood stove, the Four Dog Stove. 30-minute DVD

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